Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey reckons his side are becoming stronger and stronger with every passing game under new coach Unai Emery.
The Gunners were handed a tough start to their Premier League campaign when the fixture computer handed them games against Manchester City and Chelsea, games the North London club lost 2-0 and 3-2 respectively.
However, Arsenal then beat West Ham 2-1 at home before following that up by securing their second victory of the season yesterday when they overcame Cardiff 3-2 in a dramatic encounter in South Wales.
Speaking after the game, the Gunners longest serving player Ramsey believes his side are constantly improving under Emery and he expects the North London club to continue to progress once they return to Premier League action after the international break.
“We wanted to take full advantage against the opposition today. We had a difficult start losing to Manchester City and Chelsea but we have bounced back. We know it was going to be difficult here, the crowd is superb, so if you give them any chance you can really feel the atmosphere, so we did well to overcome this,” Ramsey told Sky Sports.
“We know it is a process and every game we improve that little bit and get stronger and stronger. Hopefully can come back from International break and really kick on.”